Good Faith: Being a Christian when Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme

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 “Many Christians—and believers in other faith traditions as well—are feeling overwhelmed, sidelined, and misunderstood,” reads the opening chapter.  “They feel typecast as bigoted, judgmental, and hypocritical. This isn’t just a feeling. …

“This book aims to address the questions, ‘What does the future hold for people of faith when people perceive Christians as irrelevant and extreme? In what ways can faith be a force for good in society? How can people of faith contribute to a world that, more and more, believes religion is bad?’”

Based on groundbreaking research, this timely book by the bestselling authors of “unChristian" explores how Christians should address such potentially toxic issues as politics, sexuality, race, gender, and religious freedom. The authors give advice for Christ-followers on how to discuss their beliefs with others without being judgmental and defensive.

Reading this book will help you:

  • Learn to respond with compassion, clarity, and confidence to the most divisive issues of our day;
  • Discover the most significant cultural trends that are creating both obstacles and opportunities for Christians;
  • Know what you believe and why it doesn't make you a judgmental or extreme person;
  • Stop being afraid to talk about what you believe and start having meaningful conversations about tough issues; and
  • Understand the heart behind opposing views and how to stay friends across differences. 
Baker Publishing Group: 2016
283 pages
Hardcover
Weight lbs.: 1
Subject: Christian Living